Fully listed historical monument reconstructed during the 16th and 17th centuries on the remains of a medieval fortress. The fine authentic interiors, among the most richly decorated in the area, display 17th and 18th c. furniture, books and works of art dating back to the 13th century.
The historic park and gardens offer beautiful views of the Pyrenean mountains.
Although the castle is inhabited, twelve rooms are open to the public.
From 1 April to 31 May and from 16 September to 30 November, open Saturdays and Sundays: 10:00 – 12:00 and 15:00 – 18:00.
From 1 June to 15 September, open every day (except Tuesday): 10:00 – 12:00 and 15:00 – 18:00.
Closed from 1 December to 31 March.
All year by appointment for groups.
Prices: adults 7€, children 3€, groups (min pers 20): 5,50€
Lasted the 1 hour.
Contact: M. DERLUYN Eric
Bourg 64330 Mascaraàs-Haron
Phone: +33 (0)5 59 04 92 60
Elegant 18th c. manor built on an old feudal moat. Nice gardens. The chateau belongs to the wine co-op in Crouseilles that produces Madiran and Pacherenc wines.
Route de Madiran
Phone: +33 (0)5 59 68 57 14
@: email@example.com - Website : www.crouseilles.com
13th c. castle with the remains of a round tower, fully reconstructed in the 16th c. and transformed in the 19th c.
The domain produces Madiran and Pacherenc wines.
With its site and beautiful 16th c. architecture, this chateau is an historical monument which was built for an administrator of the King of Navarra.
Vast country house which belonged to the writer Joseph Peyré.
The domain produces Madiran and the Pacherenc wines.
Building of medieval origin, completely reconstructed in the 17th and reshaped in the 18th c.
It’s romantically set in a beautiful agricultural position.
18th and 19th c. pedimented castle.
The property includes gardens with outbuildings and an orangery.
Vast manor of aristocratic appearance, with sandstone & pebble masonry and partial rendering.
The facade comprises 14 evenly-distributed openings.
On the street side, the mullioned window and corbelled turret are testimony that the old castle of Loo was reconstructed in the 17th c. and enlarged in the 18th c.
The outbuildings date from the 19th c.
Being very far from the centre of power in the “Ancien régime”, the Vic-Bilh doesn’t have big castles ; the local chateaux are mainly very old manors, often dating as far back as the 14th century. In their current forms, they’re mainly from the 16th and 17th centuries with alterations dating from the 18th and 19th centuries. Very typical are the high-pitched roofs with flat tiles. Most often they will have beautiful gardens with outbuildings and pigeon lofts.